Cobalt Air announced yesterday the launch of its new Business Class service from Cyprus to Athens.
Cobalt Air’s announcement says it will “be the only airline to offer a full-size seat for the route using a 2X2 layout and a spacious 102cm pitch”.
Cobalt’s Business Class passengers benefit from Priority Boarding, Express Airport Check-In, 2×20 kg Luggage, Spacious Seating, Free Drinks & Dine On Demand service.
Cobalt CEO Andrew Madar said, “For us, business class seats are supposed to offer large, comfortable seats and a service that suits the passengers who choose it.”
Cobalt Air’s new Business Class service starts today on all flights from Larnaca and Paphos to Athens.
The basic aircraft for all business class flights is the 156-seat Airbus A320 with 12 business seats and 144 economy seats.
Cobalt Air flies 12 times a week from Larnaca to Athens and 3 times a week from Paphos to Athens.
Cobalt Air currently serves 16 destinations across 10 different countries from its bases in Cyprus. The airline was globally recognized as the best airline “Start Up Of The Year” 2017 from CAPA – The Centre for Aviation at an international awards ceremony in London earlier this month.
For prices & availability: http://cobalt.aero